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OT, but gotta know... Forum-names??

Post in 'The Hearth Room - Wood Stoves and Fireplaces' started by BikeMedic2709, Sep 18, 2006.

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  1. iceman

    iceman Minister of Fire

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    dunno why i am THE ICEMAN.......
    but i am and there is an S on my chest in my avatar.... dunno why i did that either.... matter a fact
    i might chabge to DUNNO MAN!!
    but i think iceman sounds cooler... or maybe i should be ICE i believe the gov use that name now... i wouldn't wanna scare anyone away from here!!

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  2. Marty

    Marty Feeling the Heat

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    Had it since birth.

    After my, then deceased, great grandfather on my father's side.

    They say he was a carpenter.
  3. BrotherBart

    BrotherBart Hearth.com LLC Mid-Atlantic Division Staff Member

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    You just liked the movie Top Gun a lot. "Hang on Ice. We're on the way."
  4. BurningIsLove

    BurningIsLove New Member

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    I feel the need.....the need, for lighting a fire in my stove <ok, speed for you purists>
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    Well, I live to fly fish and I am a lineman for the power company.
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    er places and just carr
  7. Redox

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    Redox is short for "oxidation-reduction reaction", but that's too hard to spell out if you want to answer me back. Fire is an oxidation reaction and I thought I would be clever. It's also the same as rusting metal, which seems more appropriate at times. It could be the name of a lumberjack's pet, I dunno. Seemed kind of mysterious, like Poe, who is definitely from Baltimore and no, Philly, you can't have the body back!

    Y'all can call me Red, or Ox, or Dox or...

    Chris
  8. ourmoneypit

    ourmoneypit New Member

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    from the movie, Money Pit, 'cause I enjoy doing renos on our home. Try to contain your excitement, folks! lol
  9. valleyflyfisher

    valleyflyfisher New Member

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    Because I live in the beautiful Cowichan Valley (a stones throw from the Pacific Energy Plant) and love to toss feathers at fish.
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    I rode a Yamaha sport bike and I'm a woman....gurl spelt like that looks different...so I went with it. It's my forum name everywhere :)
  11. jqgs214

    jqgs214 Minister of Fire

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    wx+man = weatherman

    Its what me degree tells me I was supposed to be but aint!
  12. Shipper50

    Shipper50 Minister of Fire

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    I was a shipper at the steel mill when I retired and I was born in 50. Works for me..... ;-)


    Shipper
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    Thomask9590 New Member

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    Tommy you know...Like the Gun....TommyGun....9590 just helps set me apart from all the otherr Tommy Guns.
  14. bigoak9745

    bigoak9745 New Member

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    Cause we have property we live on that has a really big oak tree on the corner line. MY oldest son who is 6'4" and myself 6'1" cannot touch hands reaching around it! My friends have called me Big Oak for years, cause they know it secretly is one of the reasons i bought this acreage.
  15. iceman

    iceman Minister of Fire

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    omg forgot about that i better change it to ......dunno
  16. bonesneeze

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    I was looking for an e-mail address to use for Craig's list postings. I googled something about names and found a site that randomly generated names. I saw bonesneeze and thought it sounded kind of funny. When I told my wife what if was she had some snide remark about "typical guys". I think she thought it was something dirty. I didn't even think about it that way until she mentioned it. I guess you could make something dirty out of it if you were so inclined...does that mean she is?
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    I'm a locomotive engineer. Years ago the company was bought by some investers whose only intention was to maintain nothing and sell off what was worth anything. Track speed dropped to a painfully slow speed so the handle Slofr8 "slow freight" seemed logical.
    Interesting thread.
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    Gone fishing...
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    Because my other hobby besides burning wood and all the work going along with it is stainedglass working I went with the glassman + initials. It was also inspired from on of the Sienfield episodes where the doctor has the car plates _ssman.
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    bbc557ci New Member

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    Last year we built a 557 CI GM/Chevy engine for my 23 foot boat. Hence the handle "bbc557ci"

    And it's Tooooo much fun :p :)
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    I teach it.
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    Wtg= Wind Turbine Generator (what I repair and maintain for a living) and monkey cause I climb them.
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    Im broke and i burn baby!!!!
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    Raced ATVs in my younger days. Had this on-line name from early 90's
  25. gibson

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    Carl Spackler is the assistant greenskeeper at Bushwood Country Club (Caddyshack). "Goonga-lagoonga"
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